Destinations from King Fahd International Airport

DestinationHow to get
MumbaiTake a flight from King Fahd International Airport to Mumbai (BOM), India. It is a 3-hour and 15minutes flight and will cost you $250-$340 USD. 
DammamA direct taxi from King Fahd Airport to Dammam will cost you $45-$60 USD. It is 41.2 km away, and a travel time of 30 mins 

King Fahd International Airport Arrivals and Departures

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King Fahd Airport Guide

About King Fahd International Airport 

King Fahd International Airport is a public international airport located in the northwestern portion of Dammam Governorate, 31 kilometers northwest of Dammam downtown. The airport is also known as Dammam International Airport and is abbreviated as KFIA. The airport offers services to Dammam, Saudi Arabia, and Fahd ibn Abdulaziz. King Fahd International Airport is ranked the largest in the world in terms of area where the airport stands on 776 square kilometers, and the airport buildings cover 35.75 square kilometers of the total area.

King Fahd International Airport has been since July 1st, 2017 operated and managed by the Dammam Airports Company DACO. The airport is owned by the General Authority of Civil Aviation of Saudi Arabia and is a hub for Saudia, Aramco Aviation, SaudiGulf Airlines, and Flynas. The airport has average annual passenger traffic of 10 million passengers with 37 airlines operating flights in and out of the airport. King Fahd International Airport is served by 2 runways which are both 4 kilometers in length and three terminal buildings; the passenger terminal serves the mainstream passengers inclusive of the Aramco Terminal that is dedicated for the use by Aramco employees to board Saudi Aramco Aviation Flights and the second terminal being Royal Terminal which is reserved for the use by the Saudi Royal family.

King Fahd International Airport was named after King Fahd (1982-2005) because the airport was constructed and inaugurates during his reign. The designing plan began in 1976 and the site master plan was created by architecture Yamasaki & Associates and Boeing and was completed in 1977. The construction of the airport kicked off in 1983 and the basic infrastructure of the airport was completed by the end of 1990. The completion of the infrastructure made room for U.S-led Coalition forces to use the airport for storage of military aircraft during the Gulf War in early 1991.

On the 28th of November 1999, GACA inaugurated the airport and opened it to commercial traffic with all the airlines transferring their operations from the Dhahran International Airport which was initially running the operation to King Fahd International Airport. King Fahd International Airport was corporatized in July 2017 under the Dammam Airports Company DACO as a partial fulfillment of the Saudi Vision 2030. DACO after corporatization is responsible to operate and maintain the airport.

King Fahd International Airport Codes

King Fahd International Airport is identified by its codes which are:

  • IATA code : DMM and
  • ICAO code: OEDF.
  • The King Fadh International airport is also abbreviated as KFIA.

King Fahd International Airport Airlines and Destinations

Passengers

AirlinesDestinations
Air ArabiaSharjah
Air IndiaDelhi
Air India Expressozhikode, Mangalore
AnadoluJetIstanbul–Sabiha Gokcen
Biman Bangladesh AirlinesDhaka
Buta AirwaysBaku
EgyptAirAlexandria, Cairo
EmiratesDubai–International
Ethiopian AirlinesAddis Ababa
Etihad AirwaysAbu Dhabi
FlyadealJeddah, Riyadh, Ta’if, Yanbu
flydubaiDubai–International
FlynasAbha, Al Baha, Arar, Cairo, Gassim, Ha’il, Jeddah, Jizan, Karachi, Khartoum, Kozhikode, Lahore, Lucknow, Medina, Riyadh, Tabuk, Ta’if, YanbuSeasonal: Baku, Batumi, Tbilisi
GoAirKannur
Gulf AirBahrain
Himalaya AirlinesKathmandu
IndiGoDelhi, Kozhikode, Mumbai, Thiruvananthapuram
Jazeera AirwaysKuwait
KLMAmsterdam, Muscat
Kuwait AirwaysKuwait
LufthansaFrankfurt, Kuwait
Middle East AirlinesBeirut
Oman AirMuscat
Pakistan International AirlinesIslamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Sialkot
Pegasus AirlinesIstanbul–Sabiha Gokcen[26]
Philippine AirlinesManila
Regent AirwaysDhaka
Royal JordanianAmman–Queen Alia
SalamAirMuscat
SaudiaAbha, Al Baha, Bisha, Cairo, Dhaka, Dubai–International, Gassim, Ha’il, Jeddah, Jizan, Kozhikode (suspended), Medina, Riyadh, Tabuk, Ta’if, Turaif
SaudiGulf AirlinesAbha, Islamabad, Jeddah, Karachi, Lahore, Medina, Riyadh, Sialkot
SriLankan AirlinesColombo–Bandaranaike
SunExpressSeasonal: Trabzon
Tarco AirlinesKhartoum
Turkish AirlinesIstanbulSeasonal: Trabzon

Cargo

AirlinesDestinations
Air France CargoDubai–International, Hong Kong, Mumbai
Cargo Garuda IndonesiaJakarta–Soekarno–Hatta
CargoluxHong Kong, Luxembourg
Emirates SkyCargoDubai–Al Maktoum
Lufthansa CargoFrankfurt, Sharjah
Saudia CargoAmsterdam, Brussels, Dhaka, Frankfurt, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Houston–Intercontinental, Jeddah, Maastricht/Aachen, Manila, Milan–Malpensa, New York–JFK, Riyadh, Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Vienna

King Fahd International Airport Facilities

Car rental

At King Fahd International Airport, there are several companies that offer car rental services. They include Travelocity who have focused on economy and compact class vehicles which are meant to carry at most 2 adults and 2 bags and 4 adults and 2 bags respectively, AVIS who have focused on intermediate class vehicles which are meant to carry at most 5 adults and 2 bags, Europcar who have focused on standard class vehicles which are meant to carry at least 5 adults and 3 bags, Thrifty car rental who have focused on premium class vehicles which are meant to carry at least 5 adults and 3 bags and so on. Averagely the cars cost around $26-$930 per day depending on the type of vehicle hired. One is at liberty to choose self-drive or offered a driver at an extra cost. The vehicles can be hired for more than one day, depending on the demand of the one hiring them. 

Duty-free shopping

One gets to enjoy duty-free shopping at King Fahd International Airport, as the duty-free stores are located at the International departures. Some of the brands being vended include Givenchy, Giorgio Armani, Hugo Boss, Guerlain, Dolce, and Gabbana (D&G), and many more.  

According to Arab News (12th January 2015), a partnership between World Duty-Free Group (WDFG) and Al Musbah Group saw the opening of the first duty-free airport shop in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province. King Fahd International Airport Director said that the new store was to add great value to services for arriving, departing, and transiting passengers because it differed from the local market in terms of product offering and price. 

Currency exchange

There are several banks located at King Fahd International Airport, for example, Al Rajhi Bank which is located at the arrivals level, Alinma Bank which is also located at the arrivals level, NCB which is also located at the arrivals level, Boarding Level, before security branch and at the service level, Sharhan Exchange which is also located at the arrivals level, SABB which is located at the departures level before security, Samba Bank which is located at the departures level near Passport Inspection Centre. All these financial institutions offer currency exchange. They are easily accessible from the locations stated at each of the individual institutions. 

Lost and found

There is a lost and found desk and a Help desk which is located at the arrivals, Boarding, and Departures Level. You can walk at any time (during operational hours) and seek assistance. If you happen to have left the country or not nearly accessible to the airport, then you can contact them through the airport’s email

Smoking area

King Fahd International Airport is strictly a non-smoking area. Smoking of e-cigarettes is also not allowed in the terminal. Therefore, there are designated smoking rooms that are all over the passenger terminal. They are fitted with smoke extractors and comfortable seating to ensure non-smoking passengers are not inconvenienced.

Luggage handling

At King Fahd International Airport, luggage trolleys are free for use. If you need a hand with your luggage, then you can find luggage carts which are located all over the airport. There are also luggage storage facilities around the terminal areas, where one securely stores his/her luggage at a fee. There are also baggage wrapping bags to ensure that your luggage isn’t stolen by thieves. 

Passengers are required to proceed to the baggage claim area which is located on the Arrivals Level. They are also required to collect their luggage within a reasonable time. If one cannot collect his/her/their luggage at a reasonable time, then they should speak to airport staff at the baggage claims area or a representative to the airline used. 

Wi-Fi and other communication facilities

There is free wireless Wi-Fi connectivity at King Fahd International Airport which is accessible throughout the arrivals and departures halls (Coffee Talk). On your Wi-Fi enabled device, turn on Wi-Fi on your settings and connect to the network named ‘KFIA Complimentary Wi-Fi’ and sign in. The network is available to use by the public and the signal is all over the terminal area.

If you do not have a Wi-Fi enabled device(s) and wish to use the internet, then there are internet access points comprising of desktop computers and MacBook, which can be used to access the internet. The internet access points can be located at various locations in the terminal building. 

If you are looking to save some extra cash by not spending excess fees on roaming mobile tariffs, then why not get a local SIM card? Thanks to local Telecom Service Providers, STC, Mobily, and Zain, which are located at the Arrivals Level near Gate 3. They are quite cheap to buy and operate while in Saudi Arabia compared to the roaming tariffs. 

Mobile Charging

There are several mobile charging spots which are found at most gates. They are labeled as Huawei SuperCharge stations. So on your walks around the terminal and you wish to charge your phone, then be looking for the designated areas meant for charging mobile phones, of which they are labeled as Huawei SuperCharge. 

King Fahd International Airport Terminal

King Fahd International Airport has one main passenger terminal. The main terminal six-storey building has a floor area of 327,000 m2 (3,520,000 ft2). Roughly 247,500 m2 (2,664,000 ft2) was built in the 1st phase, on top of 11 static passenger boarding bridges which serve 15 gates. The unique design counted in 31 fixed boarding bridges. The departure terminal is also well-found with a number of customer counters of which 66 were allocated to Saudia (now shared with flynas and SaudiGulf Airlines), 44 to foreign airlines, and the rest for customs and immigration.

King Fahd International Airport was the first Saudi airport to embrace duty-free stores. Furthermore, to the spaces allocated to duty-free stores, the airport also has a distinct zone for shops dedicated to the sale of gifts and all passenger-related goods. This area consists of eateries, cafeterias, and banks, and is found on the arrivals level. The distinction is largely futile however as the Kingdom has no sales or import duties on any products.

The private airline ran by Saudi Aramco, Saudi Aramco Aviation, runs out of the Aramco Terminal, providing networks to its employees to faraway company locations such as in Yanbu, Tanajib, Shaybah, and Haradh, as well to some remote pump stations, using their own fleet of Boeing 737s and Embraer ERJ-170LRs.The royal family of Saudi Arabia has its own reserved terminal, The Royal Terminal, government personnel, and official guests. It covers a surface area of 16,400 m2 (177,000 ft2) and has four bridges linking the terminal to aircraft. It is luxuriously furnished and decorated and includes extensively landscaped exteriors and grounds. Despite its specialized purpose, the terminal is rarely used by the royal family, who generally prefer to utilize a similar special terminal at King Abdulaziz Air Base.

King Fahd International Airport Jobs and Careers

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King Fahd International Airport Webcams and Weather

You can view live arrivals and live departures of flights at King Fahd International Airport by the use of the live webcams available at the airport. You can also check the weather at the airport and listen to live radio traffic. You can access the webcam online by clicking here.

King Fahd International Airport Address and Website

The official address of King Fahd International Airport is “King Fahd Rd، King Fahd International Airport, Dammam Saudi Arabia” and the official website for the airport is kfia.gov.sa on the website, you can all the information about the airport and make any inquiries. 

King Fahd International Airport Accidents and Incidences

A Saudia Flight 919, a Boeing 747-400F operated by Air ACT on February 1, 2020, was flying to Zaragoza, Spain. The flight suffered a tail strike upon takeoff from the airport causing it to enter a holding pattern west of the airport before diverting to Jeddah; landing at King Abdulaziz International Airport three hours later.

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Los Angeles International Airport to Different Destinations(Hollywood, Downtown, and more)

Destinations from Los Angeles International Airport

The table below shows you how you can get from LAX to various destinations. You can also check out hotels near LAX and the 10 best things to do when having a layover at LAX.

destinationDistance from airportmeans
HollywoodApproximately 17.2 milesBus, tram, uber, taxi, town car, shuttle
DowntownApproximately 18.4 miles Bus, subway, tram, taxi, uber, town car, shuttle
ZurichApproximately 17.1 milesTrain, bus, taxis and uber
Union StationApproximately 19.6 milesBus, town car, shuttle, Uber, taxi
CoachellaApproximately 147.2 milesBus, drive, flight
Queen MaryApproximately 22.3 milesBus, tram, taxi, drive, Towncar, shuttle
AnaheimApproximately 33.7 milesShuttle, bus, drive, Towncar, uber, taxi, tram, train
San FranciscoApproximately 18.5 milesBus, taxi, car, towncar, shuttle, uber
Santa MonicaApproximately 11.3 milesBus, taxi, car, towncar, shuttle, by foot
Long BeachApproximately 20.8 milesBus, tram, taxi, car, towncar, shuttle
Beverly HillsApproximately 12.9 milesBus, taxi, car, towncar, shuttle
KoreatownApproximately 16.8 milesTram, bus, taxi, car, towncar, shuttle, uber
Santa BarbaraApproximately 95.9 milesPlane, train, bus, car, towncar, shuttle
Staple CenterApproximately 16.5 milesBus, subway, tram, taxi, car, towncar, shuttle
Disneyland Approximately 33.3 milesTram, train, taxi, car, towncar, shuttle

Miami International Airport to South Beach, Orlando, and More

The table below shows how you can get to various destinations such as South Beach, Orlando, Key West, Downtown, Dolphin Mall from Miami International Airport.

Destinations from Miami International Airport

Destination Distance from Miami Airport Means
South Beach Approximately 13 miles from the airport Bus, taxis, airport shuttles
Cruise Port Approximately 8 miles from the airport Cruise ship
Key West Approximately 127 miles from the airport Bus, taxis, shuttles, flight
Fort Lauderdale Approximately 43.8 kilometers from the airport Bus, train, taxi, shuttle, uber
Key Largo Approximately 100.6 kilometers from the airport Bus, taxi, shuttle, town car
Cruise Terminal Approximately 13.1 kilometers from the airport Bus, taxi, train, tram, shuttle
Downtown Approximately 11.1 kilometers from the airport Train, tram, bus, taxi, shuttle, town car
Dolphin Mall Approximately 9.8 miles from the airport Bus, taxi, uber
Orlando Approximately 376 kilometers from the airport Bus, uber, taxi, train, flight
Port Everglades Approximately 45.6 kilometers from the airport Bus, taxi, uber, shuttle or town car
Port of Miami Approximately 13.6 kilometers from the airport Train, tram, bus, taxi, uber, shuttle, town car
Marathon Key Approximately 180.4 kilometers from the airport Bus, uber, flight, town car, shuttle
Washington Park Approximately 17.4 kilometers from the airport Bus, taxi, uber, shuttle, town car

You can also check out these 10 things to do at Miami Airport when you have a layover.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport To Different Destinations

DestinationHow to get to
BaltimoreTake a subway train to Gallery Place Chinatown. It will cost you $2-$3. It is a 14 minutes ride. Thereafter, take another subway train to Union State station. It will cost you $2 – $3. Thereafter, take a bus to Baltimore Downtown, a 1 hour, 5-minute ride. It will cost you around $11-$17. Total journey will cost you around $16-$22, and a total travel time of 1 hour and 34 minutes. 
Union StateTake a subway train to Gallery Place Chinatown. It will cost you $2-$3. It is a 14 minutes ride. Thereafter, take another subway train to Union State station. It will cost you $2 – $3. You will be transferred to Washington Union Station and take a 27-minute train ride to Baltimore marshall Airport Amtrak Station. You will then transfer Baltimore Amtrak, a 4-minute ride to Upper Level Terminal on concourses B & C. Take a plane to Oakland. It will cost you around $55-$380, a 6hr 10m ride. From Oakland Airport, take a taxi to Union City. 
Washington DCTake a subway train from the blue section to Washington DC, a 15-minute ride. It will cost you $2-$3
Washington cont. Hotel You can book a Yellow cab to Washington cont. Hotel. It will cost you $13-$16. It is 5 km away, thus a 5 minute ride on clear traffic
Bethesda MDTake a subway train, every 15 minutes at the blue section. It will cost you $2-$3 to Farragut West station. Transfer to Farragut North station and take a subway train from the red section to Bethesda station. It will cost you $2-$5. The whole journey will cost you around $5-$7 and take around 40 minutes.  
MarylandTake a subway train to Gallery Place Chinatown. It will cost you $2-$3. It is a 14 minutes ride. Thereafter, take another subway train to Union State station. It will cost you $2 – $3. You will be transferred to Washington Union Station and take a 27-minute train ride to Baltimore Penn station. It will cost you $23-$65. The whole journey will cost you $27-$65, and a total of 1h 15min.
Downtown IndianapolisTake a flight to Indianapolis. It will cost you $85-$172. Transfer your mode of transport to a bus, to Ctc-M. It will cost you around $2. The whole journey will cost you $85-$172, and a total of 2h 39min.
LAXTake a flight to Los Angeles Airport, LAX. It will cost you around $65-$210 and take you 5hr 39min to arrive to your destination.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Code, Address, Map & Guide

About Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a public airport located 8 kilometers away from downtown Washington D.C in Arlington, Virginia in the United States. The airport serves the National Capital Region around Washington. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a hub for American Airlines. The airport was built in 1941 on an area of 861 acres of land with the modern Architectural style. The airport was originally known as Washington National Airport and its current name was adopted in honor of President Ronald Reagan in 1998. 

The airport is owned by the Department of Transportation and operated by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority with close oversight by the federal government caused by the proximity to the national capital. The airport has a constraint to capacity due to its smallness and does not have US immigration and customs facilities.

The airport opened in June 16th, 1964, before the entry of US into the World War II.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Codes

The codes for Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport are as follows;

  • IATA: DCA,
  • ICAO: KDCA and
  • FAA LID: DCA.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Arrivals and Departure

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Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Jobs and Careers

There are different job opportunities and career development opportunities for you in Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. You can always check on the available opportunities here and submit the required documentations to the responsible body to secure the slot.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Address and Phone Number

The official website for Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport where you can get information and important updates about the airport is www.flyreagan.com and the customer service number is +1 703-417-8000.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Accidents and Incidents

In 1945 on April 27th, Lockheed Model 18 Lodestar of Page Airways, bound for New York crashed into a deep ditch at the end of runway 33 during an abort of takeoff due to failure of its engines. 6 passengers of the 13 aboard were killed in the crash.

There was a mid-air collision between an Eastern Air Lines passenger aircraft and a P-38 Military plane in 1949, the 1st of November which took the lives of 55 passengers.

In 1949 December 12th, Capital Airlines Flight 500, stalled and crashed into the Potomac River while on approach to the airport and took away the lives of six of the 23 passengers and crew on board.

On January 13th, 1982, Air Florida Flight 90 crashed after a 49 minutes wait due to harsh weather conditions. The plane took off with ice and snow on its wings and at the end of the runway, it failed to gain altitude and struck the 14th street Bridge complex and sheared off the vehicles stuck in traffic, and plunged into the 1-inch thick ice covering Potomac River. Five occupants survived and the other aboard perished.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport ground transportation

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is located on the G.W Memorial Parkway, connected US route 1 by the Airport overpass. The airport is accessible by bicycle and foot from Mt. Vernon Trail, as well as the footpath along the Airport overpass (State Route 33), which connects the airport grounds to the US Route 1. 48 bike parking spots are available across 6 bike racks. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport has a bus station that is meant to facilitate movements of people in and around the airport. It is located on an elevated outdoor platform adjacent to terminals B and C. there are two pedestrian tracks connecting the stations to lobbies of Terminals B and C. The pedestrian tracks located underground and shuttle services provide access to Terminal A. Before the Metro stations open up or any disruption to regular Metro services Metrobus provide service on weekend mornings. 

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Terminals

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport has 4 terminals, namely Terminal A, B, C and D. It has 46 gates with 9 gates in Terminal A, 12 in Terminal B and 25 in Terminal C.

Terminal A

Terminal A was opened in 1941 and expanded in 1955 to accommodate more travelers and commercial airlines. From 2004 and 2008, the terminal underwent a $37m renovation that modernized the airport’s look by bringing in brighter lights, more windows and new flooring. This development was finalized in 2014, with the extension of TSA security checkpoint. The gates in Terminal A are named from gate 1-9.

Terminal B & C

These are the largest and newest terminals of the airport, opened in 1997, replacing a collection of airline-specific terminals, built in the 1960’s. It houses 35 gates. The terminals are directly connected to the WMATA station through the indoor pedestrian passages. Gates 10-22 of Terminal B houses Alaska Airlines, Delta and United. Gates 23-34 of Terminal B houses American and JetBlue. Terminal C is exclusive to American for their hub at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The National Hall is the corridor connecting the three concourses of Terminal B and C. Terminal B houses a Delta Sky Club and United Club.

Terminal D

A new concourse north of Terminal C is under construction, and it is anticipated that it will accommodate 14 new regional jets. This will see it replace Gate 35X, which is currently used to ferry passengers to and from American Eagle flights, that use parking spots on the ramp. The construction started in Feb 2018 and is projected for completion by 2021.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Runways

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport was originally constructed with 4 runways which are the main north-south runway which is 6,855 ft. long; northwest-southeast runway which is 5210 ft. long; northeast-southwest runway which is 4,892 ft. long and an east-west runway at 4,100 ft. long. The runways have been gradually changing in length, except for the east-west runway which was closed in 1956 which is now used for taxing and aircraft parking. With one exception, only 3 runways are functional, of which overruns were added, for example, the north-south runway which was 6,855 ft. long is now 6,869 ft. northeast-southwest runway which was 4,892 ft. long is now 4,911 ft. 

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Facilities

Lounges

The airport has 4 lounges offering airline club members. They are found after the security checkpoint (3rd floor). They include American Admirals Club, Delta Sky Club and United Club, as discussed here

Baggage carts

Smarte Carte carts are offered by DCA for rent, which are found in the Parking garages. They are rented out for $5.00 per cart. At Terminal A, they are located behind the Information Counter and along the taxi cab entrance. At Terminal B, they are located outside the Metrorail location, Baggage Claim, between Baggage Claim 1 and2 opposite door 3, outside Baggage Claim 3 via6 opposite doors 4 and 5 and Baggage Claim 7 and 8, opposite doors 8 and 9. At Terminal C, they are found outside Metrorail location, outside baggage claim 8 and 9, inside baggage claim 11 and outside baggage carousel 12 opposite door 10. 

Baggage Storage

The baggage storage and delivery service is offered by BagHop, which is currently unavailable. DCA and their associates are apologetic for every inconvenience caused by that act. Due to this, customers can either store their luggage or have them delivered to a nearby hotel. This facility is to be found on the Baggage claim at Terminals B and C between doors 5 and 6. 

Charging stations

DCA has all your electronic charge demands covered. Charging stations are located throughout the airport. All you have to do is to look for a “power up” signage. Just don’t forget to carry your charger when you are fully charged!

There are also EV charging stations at no extra cost. They can be located in the parking. Standard parking rates apply. 

Foreign Currency Exchange 

At DCA, this facility is located at the lobby level near Terminal C. It operates daily from 9 am – 5 pm. The services offered include: worldwide currency exchange, photocopies, receiving traveler’s checks, wired money services, notary public and limited US postal services. 

For more information, contact 703-417-3201. 

Free Wi-Fi

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport ensures through your travel into or out of the US, you still remain connected to the rest of the world through their free wireless internet connectivity. All you have to do is to turn on your Wi-Fi enabled device and select FlyReagan network. A splash screen will then appear. You then key in your email address and zip/postal code. If you are an international customer, on the zip/postal select ‘yes’ bypass it. By clicking ‘connect’ you accept the Wi-Fi terms and conditions. 

Interfaith Chapel

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Chapel is located at the southern end of Concourse B behind Dunkin Donuts. It offers travelers a place to fellowship with their god. It is also open to people who need to read and pray. For those who need additional guidance and, the chaplaincy are willing to do so. There are also trained volunteers, who bridge the community resources and churches throughout the Washington DC metro area.  

The worship services are as follows:

Protestant Worship – Sunday, 11:00 am 

Catholic Mass – Sunday, 12 noon

Prayer times (non-clergy led)

Jewish prayer times – daily at 12 noon

Islamic prayer times – daily at 1:30 pm and 4:00 pm

The chaplaincy team consists of Rev. Nace Lanier as the senior Chaplain and Rev. Ann Smith, Rev. Andrew Phillips and Rev James Hayes as the Assistant Chaplains. 

Nursing rooms

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport has 3 nursing rooms located within the airport, which are reserved for nursing mothers travelling through the airport. These rooms have a rocking chair, electrical outlets, shelf, mirror, hand sanitizer and a baby changing table. In Terminal A, a nursing room is located just before TSA Security Checkpoint. At Terminal B/C, the two nursing rooms are located near Tumi on National Hall.

Pet Relief Areas

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport staff is also mindful of our animals. That’s why they reserved special rooms designated for those who travelled with their pets. In Terminal A, they are located adjacent to Door 1 and Door 5 at both ends of the overhang. At Terminal B, they are located opposite South Metrorail Station Entrance. At Terminal C, they are located across the North Metrorail Station Entrance. 

Pet Relief Areas are marked and contain waste bags and receptacles at your convenience. 

Smoking Guidelines

Smoking in the airport, at least 10 feet away from Terminal buildings unless marked. Ashtrays are also provided outside the entrance. This policy is in accordance with MWAA regulations, Virginia Indoor Clean Air act Va. Code Section 15.2-2820 et seq: and Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code. Violation of this policy is punishable by a civil penalty of $25.00 and is enforced by the Airport Police and Fire Code Enforcement Division personnel.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Airlines and Destinations

AirlinesDestinations
Air Canada ExpressMontreal–Trudeau, Ottawa, Toronto–Pearson
Alaska AirlinesLos Angeles, Portland (OR), San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma
American AirlinesAtlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago–O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, New York–LaGuardia, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix–Sky Harbor, TampaSeasonal: Pittsburgh, Raleigh/Durham, West Palm Beach
American EagleAkron/Canton, Albany, Asheville, Atlanta, Augusta (GA), Bangor, Birmingham (AL), Boston, Buffalo, Burlington (VT), Charleston (SC), Charleston (WV), Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago–O’Hare, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbia (SC), Columbus–Glenn, Dayton, Des Moines, Detroit, Fayetteville/Bentonville, Grand Rapids, Greensboro, Greenville/Spartanburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Jackson (MS), Jacksonville (FL), Kansas City, Key West, Knoxville, Lansing, Little Rock, Louisville, Manchester (NH), Memphis, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Montgomery, Myrtle Beach, Nashville, New Orleans, New York–JFK, New York–LaGuardia, Norfolk, Oklahoma City, Panama City (FL), Pensacola, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland (ME), Providence, Raleigh/Durham, Rochester (NY), Sarasota, Savannah, St. Louis, Syracuse, Tallahassee, Toronto–Pearson, West Palm Beach, Wilmington (NC)Seasonal: Destin/Fort Walton Beach, Hilton Head, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Nassau, Traverse City
Delta Air LinesAtlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York–JFK, Salt Lake City
Delta ConnectionBoston, Cincinnati, Lexington, Madison, New York–JFK, New York–LaGuardia, Omaha, Raleigh/Durham
Frontier AirlinesDenver
JetBlueBoston, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Nassau, Orlando, San Juan, Tampa, West Palm BeachSeasonal: Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket
Southwest AirlinesAtlanta, Austin, Chicago–Midway, Columbus–Glenn, Dallas–Love, Fort Lauderdale, Houston–Hobby, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Orlando, Providence, St. Louis, Tampa, West Palm Beach (begins January 5th, 2021)Seasonal: Fort Myers
United AirlinesChicago–O’Hare, Denver, Houston–Intercontinental, San Francisco
United ExpressChicago–O’Hare, Houston–Intercontinental, Newark